Seeing as many don’t use Simplify3d and that slicer settings are only provided for a really old version of Cura, it would be hugely useful that you provided a repository for slicer settings provided by your customers. Github is a great tool for this, but there are loads of other viable options.
Order or filter by printer model, software vendor, version, models tested, number of votes (for quality – a user votes when he/she’s had success printing with it), filament type
Provide options for image upload to verify the results.
Sounds interesting that you are working on a different solution and I’m really looking forward to hearing more about it.
Slicing is one of those things where there seems to be few paths to a million results. The combinations of software and printer are so numerous that I imagine that it would be beneficial to support the most popular choices and it’s hard to ignore Cura in that respect.
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